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Global Warming Tipped Scales in Europe’s Heat Wave

Global Warming Tipped Scales in Europe’s Heat Wave
Written by Matt Calhoun on 2017-07-01


By Andrea Thompson Global warming gave a clear boost to the searing temperatures that blanketed Western Europe earlier this month — a heat wave that helped fuel deadly wildfires in Portugal.The greenhouse gas-driven warming of the atmosphere has made the intensity and frequency of such extreme heat...(Read More)

U.N. Risk Chief: Put a Price on Disasters

U.N. Risk Chief: Put a Price on Disasters
Written by Matt Calhoun on 2017-04-30


By Anastasia Moloney, Thomson Reuters FoundationCalculating the costs of natural disasters is a valuable way for governments to recognize and limit the potential for damage, especially as extreme weather linked to climate change occurs more often, the United Nations' disaster prevention chief says.Recent deadly landslides caused by floods in Peru and Colombia show the urgent need for governments...(Read More)

The Energy Dept. Website Shifts Focus to the Economy

The Energy Dept. Website Shifts Focus to the Economy
Written by Matt Calhoun on 2017-04-21


By Brian Kahn The Trump administration is cutting down on greenhouse gases . . . on its websites, that is.The Department of Energy’s pages on bioenergy and wind energy as well as transportation have both reduced their mentions of greenhouse gas emissions and reducing fossil fuel use in favor of language...(Read More)

Stockholm’s Mayor is Taking on Climate Change

Stockholm’s Mayor is Taking on Climate Change
Written by Matt Calhoun on 2017-03-14


By Laurie Goering, Thomson Reuters FoundationKarin Wanngård, the mayor of Stockholm, rides an electric bike to work each morning — at least when it is not snowing too heavily.She also wears second-hand clothing — a trendy move in Stockholm, she says — and eats less meat than she used to. It is all part of her contribution to meeting an ambitious goal she set for her city:...(Read More)

Climate-Friendly Energy Star Program Could be Cut

Climate-Friendly Energy Star Program Could be Cut
Written by Matt Calhoun on 2017-03-10


By Bobby Magill Energy Star, the program that certifies toasters, air conditioners, computers and buildings for energy efficiency, could be killed by the Trump administration as part of its effort to shrink federal spending.The administration wants the program to be “zeroed out” in the 2018 Environmental...(Read More)

Senate Mulls ‘Kill Switch’ for Obama Methane Rule

Senate Mulls ‘Kill Switch’ for Obama Methane Rule
Written by Matt Calhoun on 2017-02-23


By Bobby Magill The U.S. Senate is expected to vote soon on whether to use the Congressional Review Act to kill an Obama administration climate regulation that cuts methane emissions from oil and gas wells on federal land. The rule was designed to reduce oil and gas wells’ contribution to climate change...(Read More)

Wind Briefly Sets Record as Source for Electricity in U.S.

Wind Briefly Sets Record as Source for Electricity in U.S.
Written by Matt Calhoun on 2017-02-19


By Scott DiSavino, ReutersWind briefly powered more than 50 percent of electric demand on Feb. 12, the 14-state Southwest Power Pool (SPP) said, for the first time on any North American power grid. SPP coordinates the flow of electricity on the high voltage power lines from Montana and North Dakota to New Mexico, Texas and Louisiana. ...(Read More)

The March for Science is Set to Happen on Earth Day

The March for Science is Set to Happen on Earth Day
Written by Matt Calhoun on 2017-02-02


By Brian Kahn Scientists officially have a date where they’ll be taking to the streets.The March for Science has been scheduled for Saturday, April 22 in Washington, D.C. A growing constellation of marches are also scheduled for that day in cities across the U.S. The March...(Read More)

100 Days of Climate

100 Days of Climate
Written by Matt Calhoun on 2017-01-20


By Climate Central Addressing climate change using sound science is crucial not just for the U.S., but for the world. Unfortunately, that appears unlikely over the next four years under the Trump administration, which has shown signs of being apathetic if not outright hostile to climate science and science-based...(Read More)





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